Jordan Cameron TE MIA 5 months ago

Cameron signed with the Dolphins on Thursday, Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports reports.

A potential deal keeping Cameron in Cleveland over the next two seasons fell through early Thursday and Cameron was quick to find another option as he'll be catching passes from Ryan Tannehill during the 2015 campaign. This move almost certainly means that Charles Clay will be headed elsewhere, meaning that Cameron will be sharing the majority of targets with wide receiver Mike Wallace. Considering that Cameron has had a less than desirable quarterback throwing him passes over his four-year career, the switch to Tannehill may end up doing wonders for his value moving forward.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 5 months ago

Cameron has not reached an agreement with the Browns but may be close to one with the Dolphins, Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports reports.

It was reported that Cameron reached an agreement with the Browns, but it now seems he's either up for grabs or ready to join the Dolphins. Hopefully, there will be some clarity by the end of Thursday night or Friday morning.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 5 months ago

Cameron re-signed with the Browns for $15 million over two seasons, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.

The rumor mill had Cameron and Charles Clay possibly swapping locations, but with the former sticking around in Cleveland, the Bills are now the clear favorites to pry Clay away from Miami. Cameron is coming off a disappointing, injury-riddled 2014 campaign, but he won't turn 27 until August and isn't lacking for talent. While his concussion history likely prevented him from getting a desirable long-term contract, Cameron will potentially hit the market again during his prime. Between the concussions, inconsistency and Cleveland's quarterback issues, Cameron is one of the riskier options at his position. He's also one of the more promising options, just two years removed from posting an 80-917-7 receiving line in 15 games.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 5 months ago

Cameron is scheduled to visit the Dolphins on Thursday, ESPN's James Walker reports.

Cameron missed six games last season due to shoulder issues and concussion symptoms, but the 6-foot-5 athletic tight end should still have plenty of suitors in free agency. The Dolphins saw limited production from Charles Clay and Dion Sims in 2014, so the fit would certainly be right.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 7 months ago

Cameron, who caught three passes on six targets for 41 yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens, finishes the season with 24 catches (48 targets) for 424 yards and two touchdowns.

Cameron entered 2014 with an opportunity to be the go-to receiver in the absence of Josh Gordon, but injuries unfortunately derailed this effort. A shoulder joint issue, as well as his third concussion in two seasons, forced the 26-year-old to miss six games, and his fantasy production suffered greatly as a result. Cameron is set to become a free agent this offseason, and although his potential should warrant a lucrative deal, his injury history may cause a few potential suitors to shy away.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 7 months ago

Cameron had three catches on five targets for 88 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Panthers.

Cameron provided the Browns with their first offensive touchdown since Week 14, but it's not too much to get excited about, as the Panthers completely blew the coverage on the play. It was Cameron's first touchdown since Week 6, and helped to generate something positive out of a season that has been largely disappointing for fantasy owners.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 7 months ago

Cameron hauled in his only target for four yards in Sunday's loss to the Bengals.

A tight end check down is typically a rookie quarterback's best friend, but this wasn't the case for Cameron on Sunday with Johnny Manziel at the helm. In his second game back following a five-game absence, Cameron simply wasn't a major part of the game plan, a trend that should be a bit concerning for fantasy owners moving forward.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 8 months ago

Cameron had four catches on five targets for 41 yards in Sunday's loss to the Colts.

Cameron returned from a five-game absence to lead the Browns in receiving yards, as the team wasted no time getting him involved in the offense. Though the Cleveland passing game was largely ineffective, Cameron didn't seem to look too rusty, and should be ready to serve as the primary tight end for the final three games of the regular season. He'll face a tough matchup in Week 15, however, taking on a Bengals team that has allowed just four touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 8 months ago

Cameron (concussion) is active for Sunday's matchup with the Colts.

Cameron hasn't seen the field since Week 8's matchup with the Raiders, but will return to offer quarterback Brian Hoyer an additional target in the passing game. With tight end Gary Barnidge (ribs) ruled out, look for Cameron to see the majority of the tight end reps ahead of Jim Dray. His opponent, the Indianapolis Colts, have allowed nine touchdowns and 766 receiving yards to opposing tight ends this season.

Jordan Cameron TE MIA 8 months ago

ESPN's Adam Schefter relays that Cameron (concussion) expects to play Sunday against the Colts.

Cameron relayed this information via his personal Twitter account, but we'll still wait until inactives are announced for official confirmation. The tight end hasn't seen the field since Week 8, but visited a neurologist Friday night to get clearance, and sounds like he received some good news.